While I dig #GiveDivasAChance, I truly believe that our divas will make their own chances in time. Have you watched @WWENXT lately?!— Corey Graves (@WWEGraves) February 24, 2015
What's your initial response to reading that tweet by Corey Graves?
One one hand, it's showing support for the trending hashtag, the NXT women's division, as well as backing the company he works for. On the other hand, it sounds like the wrestlers are to blame for not maximizing their chances at stardom within the WWE. The problem is to "make their own chances in time" they have to be given a fair chance to do so. It's pretty difficult when the stories are terrible, and they are given, at max, 5 minutes to showcase their abilities.
@hempstockss How was my opinion a mistake? I said "in time" our divas will find their way to the top? Where was my error?— Corey Graves (@WWEGraves) February 24, 2015
Some fans didn't appreciate the use of "in time"; like, those previously or currently on the roster failed to maximize their potential, and it's their, not Creative's fault.
Hey, you guys DO know that @WWENXT IS a @WWE product right? I don't get mad at M&Ms for not having peanuts when I buy the brown bag.— Corey Graves (@WWEGraves) February 24, 2015
Remember that time I tried to speak rationally to the Internet? Yeah, that'll never happen again. #sicksadworld— Corey Graves (@WWEGraves) February 24, 2015
There are more similar comments, but as you can see Corey was surprised by the reaction, and none to pleased fans didn't appreciate his initial tweet. NXT isn't the focus here though, it's on the main roster. What's the point of building them up in NXT, only to use their talents in such a diminished manner on the big stage?
What you all have done, is take a guy (me) trying to DEFEND your cause, and turned me off by being idiots. I hope you all fail.— Corey Graves (@WWEGraves) February 24, 2015
Let's assume he was not happy, and didn't actually mean "I hope you all fail" at demanding change within the WWE.
I'm thinking Corey had good intentions, but just worded his initial thoughts in a confusing manner.
What's your take?